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Is isolat de protéines de lait vegan?

Isolat de protéines de lait is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is isolat de protéines de lait?

Isolat de protéines de lait is a highly refined form of milk protein, containing more than 90% protein and virtually no lactose or fat. It's commonly used as a food ingredient due to its high nutritional value and functional properties, such as emulsification and foaming. Isolat de protéines de lait is a popular choice for athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to increase their protein intake, as well as for those on a low-carbohydrate diet. It's commonly found in sports supplements, meal replacement products, and snacks, and is a versatile ingredient for creating high-protein recipes.

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